The first wave of convictions have taken place in a mega trial of alleged members of the 'Ndrangheta – the world's most powerful mafia.
Police descended on 46 properties in Germany, Italy and Bulgaria during an investigation into an £11 million luxury car tax racket run by the 'Ndrangheta crime syndicate.
European police accused several people of SIM swapping, phishing, and hacking in support of Italian organized crime.
It took a whole year for that amount of hair to be collected.
Powerful criminal gangs are operating with impunity on the French island of Corsica, but ahead of crucial elections campaigners say regional leaders are refusing to even acknowledge the mafia’s existence.
Emanuele Sibillo was killed in an ambush aged 19, and has since become a saint-like figure throughout Naples.
The suspected members of Black Axe, a Nigerian secret society and criminal organisation, are charged with drug trafficking, weapons possession and fraud.
The trial against the ‘Ndrangheta, Italy’s richest mafia syndicate, is taking place in a repurposed call centre with added cages to house some of the 355 defendants.
A prosecutor "concluded that the finger had been eaten", according to Italian media.
The upcoming remake of 'Mafia' stands in stark contrast to the Ubisoft-ication of open world games in the past decade or so.